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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is possible that one or more bulb is the wrong type. Make sure that all turn signal bulbs are the correct ones and have the same number on them (i.e. 1156;1157 etc.) You can look this up at an auto parts store, or have a sales representative look it up for you. If they are all the same, check all the light sockets for white residue, rust, and corrosion. Also check the wiring for frayed or burned (melted) insulation. Replace any damaged wires or sockets, or bulbs.
I hope this information helps you in fixing your lights. Thank you.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
There's usually a different flasher for the hazard lights (4-way) and the turn signals. But, for either flasher to go bad is very rare. If the flasher is bad neither right nor left signal will work. If only one side doesn't work, it's not the flasher.... then I'd really check the bulbs first.
And sorry, I don't know where the flasher is.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
The relay switch is a plug-in located inside the dash near the tach about 2 O'Clock You will need to open the dash panel to replace it and your turn signals will work.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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